Australian children’s animation Bluey to be screened across Vietnam hinh anh 1
The story centres on Bluey, an anthropomorphic Blue Heeler puppy who is six years old and is known for her endless energy and curiosity in the outside world.

In HCM City, Bluey’s launch screening will be from June 24-7. In Hanoi, the cartoon launch screening will be on June 26, then screened on June 30 and July 1. 

Bluey will continue with free public screenings in Da Nang on July 5 and in Can Tho on July 6. 

Three episodes of Bluey, Magic Xylophone, Grannies, and The Beach, which are 21 minutes in total, will be screened with a Vietnamese voiceover. 

Bluey is an animated series about a family of Aussie blue heelers dogs, produced by Brisbane-based Ludo Studio for ABC Kids and is co-commissioned by ABC Children’s and BBC Studios. 

The colourful ensemble of canine characters includes the main characters, Bluey Heeler and Bingo Heeler, Bluey’s younger sister. The father and mother of Bluey and Bingo are Bandit Heeler, the archaeologist, and Chilli Heeler, who works part-time in airport security.

Since the series' 2018 premiere, the well-known animated children's programme has drawn viewers from all around the world. It has received recognition for maintaining a realistic portrayal of contemporary family life and sparking debate by addressing real-world topics while still being oriented toward younger audiences.

Bluey won an International Emmy Kids Award celebrating the world’s best content for young viewers in 2020.

The series has now been shown worldwide across Disney channels and platforms in the United States, United Kingdom, China, New Zealand, South Africa and Kenya./. VNA